The initiative will provide citizens with a more user-friendly website containing information on drought relief, bushfire assistance, and births, deaths and marriages.
The 20 digital cities will be selected based on the scorecard system that reflects what investors look for in selecting the perfect location for their business.
Data for these high-resolution maps are collected from low, slow flights by crewed motor gliders equipped with LIDAR, hyperspectral sensors and high-resolution RGB cameras.
The ADB Ventures will support and invest in start-ups offering impact technology solutions that contribute to the achievement of the SDGs in Asia and the Pacific.
The programme is designed to equip students with the core cybersecurity and technical skills and knowledge needed to protect and manage information and systems security.
The Australian Urban Observatory is platform is for policymakers wanting to improve the health and liveability of their cities to developers looking for the next suburbs to invest in.
The new long-range network (LoRaWAN) will allow for thousands of sensors to be securely connected to the internet, thereby providing farmers with real-time data.
Participants were able to cover policies, organisational unit master list and an inventory of software licenses and subscriptions.
All the projects focus on building scalable data environments for data-centric research, sensitive data and strengthening the use of AI techniques, such as machine learning.
The self-flying air taxi ‘Cora’ was being tested since 2017 and the next step in bringing the technology to market is through a passenger transport trial.